What Color Is Monday?
Review by Nancy
Five children. One on the Autism Spectrum. How do you cope? You begin by reading this book, that’s how! Not putting aside the stress, reorganization of your family’s life but this book really will help you. If you do not have a child with autism but know someone who does, it will help you to help them as well.
When Carrie became pregnant with her second child, she had no idea how her life would change. When Jack didn’t act like his big brother she became concerned and, at age three they were told what they had already figured out: Jack had Pervasive Developmental Disorder. And by now, they had three boys.
This book has some excellent ideas of coping with your child and with yourself as well. Children are much more flexible than you would imagine and some of the stories told in What Color is Monday? will make you laugh out loud. Others will make you cry. All will teach you something and that something will help you understand.
I have reviewed 3 books on autism in the past year: Me, Who Dove Into the Heart of the World by Karen Neito, Finding Kansas by Aaron Likens and this one. All are concerned with different aspects of autism. All have different lessons to learn and all should be read.
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